I am looking for a better way to catch the run off resin while glassing. Does anyone have any suggestions or pics? I was thinking about just making some sort of 2x4 frame underneath the board with 2 mil plastic to catch. Thanks.
I don’t use them anymore because I have more room and a different set up but when I did they worked well. When I made them I needed a way to keep the floor clean and get rid of the cured resin every board.
And like stated if you collet uv resin it can be reused.
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Thanks WideAWAKE. That is a great way to keep the resin off the floor. Looks simple.
I plan on moving my resinnwork from the garage to the basement and I don’t want to eventually grind the resin off the cement floor.
Working with epoxy resin I just mix real close to what I need, and have very little runoff. Its just a different methodology and mindset.
I agree. Epoxy is a little differeny then poly. Occasionally I use a painbrush to touch up some of the rails to avoid. Still no matter what I do have a little runoff.
I dont understand why this is so complicated , just lay down a painters plastic sheet and when you have finished glassing roll it up and throw it away , they cost $2.
Na problem is I step in it and track it all over. Then the wife gets upset. Some sweet resin swirl on my side of the garage. I want that plastic close to the bottom of the board without any restrictions.
I don’t think it’s complicated. Most glass shops use a catch tray.
Its not crazy. I’ve tried it many times and I personally think plastic on the floor sucks cause it starts to dry and gets super tacky. PITA.
ram board works better on the floor, a catch tray works even better.